Starting in the summer semester of 2022, the Brown Bag Seminar Accounting, Finance and Taxation will take place. Lecturers are internal and external (national and international) academics who present their current research work. The seminar is organised by the Junior Chair of Accounting (Professor Vanessa Flagmeier) in the summer semester and by the Chair of Accounting and Auditing (Professor Christoph Pelger) in the winter semester.
The seminar takes place on Tuesdays at 2.30 pm in room WIWI SR 028.
|Dr Maximilian Nagl, University of Regensburg||03/05/2022||The Impact of Qualitative Information on Corporate Creditworthiness. Der Vortrag findet online statt (für den Link wenden Sie sich bitte an Anja.Schwendner@uni-passau.de).|
|Professor Johannes Lorenz, University of Oldenburg||31/05/2022||The Epidemiology of Tax Avoidance Narratives|
|Carl-Friedrich Grösbrink, University of Passau||19/07/022||Corporate Social Responsibility, Risk, and Firm Value: An Unconditional Quantile Regression Approach|
At the Economics Research Seminar, researchers from universities and research institutes in Germany and abroad present their current work. The seminar is organised by the economics chairs of the University of Passau.
The Economics Research Seminar takes place during the lecture period (unless otherwise stated) always on Wednesdays from 12:15 pm. The lectures should be in English and limited to 1 hour; afterwards, half an hour is scheduled for discussions. If you have any questions, please contact Bianca Bittner.
|11/05/2022||Dr Ingo Isphording (IZA Bonn)||Schools and Corona – Evidence from staggered summer breaks in Germany|
|18/05/2022||Professor Arndt Reichert (University of Hannover)|
Quality signaling and demand for renewable energy technology - Evidence from a randomized field experiment
|01/06/2022||Professor Sebastian Vollmer (University of Goettingen)|
The Economic Effects of the English Parliamentary Enclosures
|08/06/2022||Manuela Fritz (University of Passau)|
Uncover your risk! Using Facebook to increase personal risk awareness and screening of diabetes type 2 in Indonesia
|15/06/2022||Dr Florian Schneider (University of Zurich)||On the relative deservingness of capital and labor|
|22/06/2022||Professor Anna Bindler, PhD (University of Cologne)||Discontinuities in the Age-Victimization Profile and the Determinants of Victimization|
|29/06/2022||Professor Zohal Hessami (Ruhr-University of Bochum)|
Can Young Politicians Influence Policy in a Gerontocracy? (Zoom, 13 Uhr)
|06/07/2022||Susanne Keller (University of Passau)||Trade Negotiations under Fire: Identity Politics and the Rising Opposition to Free Trade|
|13/07/2022||Professor Marta Serra-Garcia (University of California San Diego)||Flagging Suspicious Behavior Using Algorithms Can Improve Human Predictions (Zoom)|
|20/07/2022||Professor Stefan Bauernschuster (University of Passau)||The Political Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Germany|
|27/07/2022||Professor Christina Gathmann, PhD (LISER)||Marginal Returns to Citizenship|
The Passau Information Systems Brown Bag Seminar has been held several times a semester since the summer semester of 2016. The seminar offers a platform for the exchange and constructive discussion of initial research ideas through to already published research results in the field of business informatics and related areas.
|Chayanin Wipusanawan (Tilburg University)||Standard-Essential Patents and Incentives for Innovation|
|Prof. Dr. France Bélanger (Virginia Tech, USA)||Context versus Rationality: Understanding Family Privacy and Technology Use Decisions|
Room HK 28
|PhD Georgios Petropoulos (MIT und Stanford University)||Frontier Technologies and Labor Markets: Evidence from Europe|
Room HK 28
|Laura Kochendörfer (University of Passau)||Towards a Grounded Definition and Characterization of Multiple Information Systems Use|
The seminar Recent Developments in Data Science serves as an exchange platform for the field of data science. It offers space for constructive discussions from initial research ideas to already published research results and includes methodological presentations as well as presentations on innovative applications of quantitative methods. Application areas include economics, finance, marketing, operations management, logistics and supply chain management.
The moderated lectures of the Brown Bag Seminar are mainly focused on the following topics:
- Expert Courses:
Invited scientists who are experts in their field will give talks on recent advances in the development and application of quantitative methods.
- Prompts from practitioners:
Presentations by practitioners on case studies of the planned or actual application of quantitative methods. These presentations will provide insights into the (expected) effects of quantitative methods in practice and highlight the challenges encountered and lessons learned. They highlight the most important future research directions on quantitative methods from the user's perspective.
- Intensive brainstorming workshops:
Doctoral students (or other workshop participants) present their current research to gather intensive feedback as well as impulses and ideas for further steps.
If you have any questions, please contact Dorothea Calmels.
Seminar organisers are Prof. Dr. Harry Haupt, Prof. Dr. Alena Otto, PD DR. Joachim Schnurbus and Prof. Dr. Dirk Totzek.
Lectures in the summer term 2022
10:30am - 12:00pm
|(WIWI) HS 6||Professor Clemens Thielen|
Duty Rostering for Physicians via Integer Programming: A Web-Based System and its Practical Application
12:00 - 13:30pm
|(WIWI) HS 6||Professor Thomas Kneib||An introduction to distributional regression|
12:00 - 13:30pm
|(WIWI) HS 6||Professor Justus Arne Schwarz||tba|
12:00 - 13:30pm
|(WIWI) HS 6||tba||tba|
12:00 - 13:30pm
|(WIWI) HS 6||PD Dr Michael Scholz||tba|